It’s a good idea to know when public holidays in Uruguay are as most shops close. Public transport is also limited but to a lesser extent.
Traditional food, handmade goods, and South American cowboys riding wild horses. It’s the Semana Criolla – Montevideo’s Easter gaucho festival.
Architecture, beaches, carnival, music, wineries. There’s so much to do in Uruguay. Our secret tips ensure an amazing time–& keep travel planning simple.
To check out authentic candombe in Uruguay, you’ll want to go to a street rehearsal. Where to go, how it works and what to do and what not to do.
Did you know that Uruguay money exchanges don’t charge commission and that ATMs dispense US dollars? Everything you need to know about exchanging money.